Fifth-graders love to learn at the cellular level


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  • Ruby Bailor (left) and Payton Ackerley




  • From left: Sophia Chen, Emma Ostensen, and Bella Seidel




  • From left: Sophia Rosado, Gurshaan Singh, and Riley Smith




  • From left: Angel Maldonato Silva, Connor Giblin, Ariana Gesualdo, and Taylor Spears




— Fifth-grade students at Delaware Valley Elementary School created cell models as they learned about mitochondria, nuclei, and the like.

The students worked hard and were very creative. Pictured are students from Ms. Atchison’s fifth-grade class.

Photos by Peg Snure






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